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by Ivan Bridgewater
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This is Clip 10 from the Thirtieth Archive release of our stock footage. This is two simple versions of TV Static or white noise as seen in Poltergeist. This footage is from my personal collection. I have tried to organize these clips with titles and countdowns so they are easier to use. COMMENT: I am releasing these Stock footage Clips for free so that editors who can't afford footage will have access. Please don't try to just sell this footage as stock footage. You must use the material in...
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Topics: Bridgewater Video, Stock Footage, Free Stock Footage, BTV, BTV Stock Footage, Stock Footage...
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by Mark Sagar
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Artificial Intelligence Computer Algorithms compete with each other in a Game Show setting where they attempt to pass the 'Turing Test' and be accepted as human.The work represents a new paradigm in computer generated filmmaking. The realistic 3D human-like digital actors were recorded in real-time directly from the display of a standard PC. The characters' dialogue was created from textwith a text to speech engine or automaticallysychronized to real voice audio clips. The digital actors were...
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Topic: Animation Screening Room 2001
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by zach schlappi
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eye 12,838
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''Pasta for War'' satirizes a 1930's propaganda newsreel. It begins with fresh pasta marching towards the podium. There, the Great Dictator orates. A young recruit envisions formations of dive bombing bow-ties flying above columns of ravioli tanks, while he wades through marinara sauce to battle against utensils at the bottom of the sink. The realisation that he may die ends his fantasy, but his comrades march ever forward, to their impending doom - a towering pot of boiling water.
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Topic: Animation Screening Room 2001
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by Hitoshi Akayama, Katsuyuki Kamei
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I made the inorganic objects in this desolate space appear to move of their own volition. Software used ''MAYA''. All motions of an object are controlled by ''MEL(Maya Embedded Language)'' and ''Expression''. This work was awarded excellence prize in the ''Non-interactive division'' of the ''2000 4th.Agency for Cultural Affairs media Arts Festival''.
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Topic: Electronic Theatre 2001
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by Ringling School of Art and Design
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eye 14,194
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The hero is entrusted with but one unyielding duty: To protect and preserve the lives of children. There are but three things he must battle while endlessly fighting to perform his calling... One, he's only a crossing guard. Two, the traffic is heavy. Three, he's an armadillo.Hardware: HP Visualize WorkstationsSoftware: Alias/Wavefront Maya3.0, DeepPaint, Premiere
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Topic: Electronic Theatre 2001
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by Hitoshi Suenaga
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favorite 5
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This work is the image of old circus.
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Topic: Electronic Theatre 2001
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by Molly Windover and Jeremy Ross
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''Little Miss Spider'' is a computer-animated short based on the best-selling book by artist and storyteller David Kirk. For Little Miss Spiders debut as an animated character, digital artists at Kleiser-Walczak pushed the limits of 3D tools as they transformed Kirks vibrant 2D oil paintings into a stylized 3D world. The result is a never-before-seen look in the field of computer graphics.Maya was used for character and scene modeling; animation and rendering. Composer and After Effects were...
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Topic: Electronic Theatre 2001
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by Nina Rappaport
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Cornered by a bully on a class trip to the natural history museum, Hubert Stinkler, gets locked into a laboratory where he literally stumbles onto a talking brain in a jar and gets mixed up in a bizarre tale of vivisection and mayhem.Hubert's Brain is a twisted buddy movie between a boy and a brain. Each will go to great lengths to prove the values of friendship.The story gives new meaning to the phrase ''everybody needs some...body.''Hubert's Brain was modeled, animated and rendered in Maya...
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Topic: Animation Screening Room 2001
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by Chu Chu Cheng
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This TVC, for release in China, utilised both CGI plus miniature models set in a festive surrounding in China. An Asian version of the Polar Bear was the aspiration...but with a distinctive Chinese feel, hence the introduction of the magical clay doll family.The miniature city was built and consequently shot by motion control. The CGI clay dolls were animated giving a stop-motion look and feel. The whole production, including CGI, miniatures, and motion control, utilised 4 weeks production...
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Topic: Animation Screening Room 2001
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by Jason Heapy, Laura Lockwood
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Metropopular is an animated short film about what the cities of America would say to one another if they could talk. Frantic about a popularity contest in which these cities are competing, they jockey for top position while arguing between themselves. Highlighting their separate personalities, each city had his or her own reason why they should be ''America's favorite city.'' America's Favorite City Contest.
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Topic: Electronic Theatre 2001
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by Martin Burkert
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In the desert of Arizona two Cowboys meet for a most unusual duel.3d Computeranimated Short FilmSoftware: MayaHardware: Dual 600 MHz Intergraph WorkstationProduction Time: 8 months
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Topic: Animation Screening Room 2001
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by Ringling School of Art and Design
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In a beautiful world of blue flowers, an organic character who is divided from the environment operates his harvesting machine. After an unexpected event he must make a realization about the outside world.
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Topic: Electronic Theatre 2001
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by Mike Kaczmarek
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Visually stunning and action packed, Freeware is a 3-D, CG-animated thrill ride through a futuristic world. This sci-fi short follows three cyborgs on a daring race to rescue Maia, an assistant at a powerful IT company, from the grips of its evil CEO. All animation was created using Alias/Wavefronts Maya.
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Topic: Animation Screening Room 2001
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by Jason Wen
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by Mike Wheeler
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''Airheads'' depicts a relationship between creatures who are interconnected in an absurdist manner.
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Topic: Electronic Theatre 2001
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by Das Werk
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A story of greed, gluttony, and vanity. A mouse gets in trouble when he eats so much cheese that he can't move, then the cat comes and his troubles really begin...A computer animated Short film written directed and animated by Derek Flood.Software used: Maya, Shake.
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Topic: Electronic Theatre 2001
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This narrated computer animation shows results from a research project involving simulated Darwinian evolutions of virtual block creatures. A population of several hundred creatures is created within a supercomputer, and each creature is tested for their ability to perform a given task, such the ability to swim in a simulated water environment. The successful survive, and their virtual genes containing coded instructions for their growth, are copied, combined, and mutated to make offspring for...
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Topics: evolution, computer graphics, animation, physical simulation, creatures, locomotion
SIGGRAPH
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The keynote speech by Steve Jobs at Siggraph 95. Siggraph '95 Conference Co-Chairs: Brian Herzog and Peter Meechan. Digitized from VHS by the Internet Archive.
Topics: siggraph, steve jobs, VHS